Washington Post

Does this train station smell like grapefruit? How air around us became so fragrant

Lindsey Adams smells candles at Cire Trudon in Manhattan during Sniffapalooza, a festival that takes the scent-obsessed through New York's fragrance boutiques. Foto: Photo for The Washington Post by Celeste Sloman.

In 2007, when Spence Levy started selling air - air that smelled good, to be specific - it wasn't exactly easy.

So Levy trekked along Miami Beach's famed Collins Avenue, visiting one sprawling white Deco hotel after another, asking whether he could pump the scent of green tea, perhaps with a bit of lemongrass, or maybe bergamot or oud, into the lobbies for a week, no charge...

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